We promise no cats were harmed in this VR interaction demo by Leap Motion. They encourage learning through play and experimentation. VR interactions harness the power of intuitiveness more than any other technology. You can download the VR, but don’t forget to put kitty back together when you’re done.
AI is growing by leaps and bounds. At Google I/O’18, they shared a voice recording of google assistant making a phone call to schedule a hair appointment on behalf of “its client”. Your ears are not wrong. Would you be able to tell the difference?
Every so often someone impresses you with their ability to think outside the box and come up with an innovation that changes the world in some way. Stanford bioengineer, Manu Prakash did just that. He created a paper-based centrifuge that can spin biological samples fast enough to help diagnose infections like malaria and HIV. It’s […]
As Redwood’s Learning and Technology Manager, I work closely with our LMS clients. Here are my top seven things to look for in a learning management system: Ease of use; intuitive for both learner and administrator Modern, fully-responsive, mobile-first interface Seamless integration with existing or planned systems Flexibility to customize to brand as well as […]
Recently, I met with my new financial adviser to review the performance of my investments. As he went through my portfolio I had to stop him many times and ask some pretty basic questions. My adviser did a good job answering my questions, however, I came out of the meeting with a spinning head and a […]
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